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. >> the economy is ready, you know. the economy is getting better. so a different type of shopper is attracted. there will be some variety, you know. some people leave. some people come. >> reporter: it's all good? >> right. >> some stores, including victoria's secret, have already moved out of the construction zone. >>> crab season is in full swing along the central and northern california coast. and it looks promising, too. the commercial season doesn't start until november 15, but sport fishermen were able to start crabbing at 12:01 in the morning on saturday and they seem very optimistic. >> there is a lot of crab out there right now. we will be doing good this year. >> this year for the first time in california regulators are limiting the number of traps commercial crabbers can have. >>> time now is 5:09. coming up, it was no wild animal print handbag. no, a live gator is spotted at a major airport. the cleaning supplies workers used to capture the relationship smile and a student stuck. a 19-year-old goes missing in new york. how the man ended up stuck between two buildings on campus. >>
did indicate that the u.s. economy seems to be improving. but it will continue to buy $85 billion worth of bonds each month to encourage borrowing and spending. analysts expect the fed to taper the stimulus program sooner than expected, sometimes next year. dow and nasdaq down yesterday. overseas, asian markets also lost ground in today's trading. facebook grew by 60% thanks to growth in its mobile advertising business. the social networking company earned $425 million compared to its $59 million loss in the same period last year. its stock soared in after-hours trading by as much as 15% before falling and settling near its closing price. and if you like mcdonald's coffee, you may soon be able to brew and drink it at home. the fast food chain says it will test selling packaged, ground and whole bean coffee in supermarkets starting next year. that's your moneywatch. for more head to cbsmoneywatch.com. at the new york stock exchange i'm wendy gillette. >>> still no word from google about what it's up to out on the bay but we have uncovered more details. there are two barges here and
she was surprised by a january 31st deadline to get out. >> the economy is getting better. so a different type of shopper. so there is going to be some variety. some people leave. some people come. >> it's all good. >> reporter: one store owner says they have been moving ahead with plans even before getting approvals. victoria's secret has moved, waiting out construction in a space vacated by a small shop. it seems mace rich and walnut creek are on board to make it the shopping center of the east bay, and the luxury shopping center as well. shoppers can find neiman marcus, apple, tiffany's. just a few weeks ago, according to the contra costa times, a congressional act, the water resources development act, gave walnut creek needed control of a culvert. they have been offered $5 million in exchange for the development agreement which gives them 20 years to complete their plan. >> and merchants in downtown walnut creek are hopeful the low vacancy rate will bring in national retailers and customers to the area. >>> president obama is returning to the bay area at the end of this mo
to be released this morning will give investors an indication about where the economy is headed. yesterday stocks ended lower after posting big gains for okay. the dow was down 73 but rose nearly 3% for the month. the nasdaq dipped 11 but climbed almost 4% in october. >>> a new study shows home ownership may lead to higher unemployment. the research conducted by a team from dartmouth university and warwick university in the uk shows the higher the rate of home ownership the higher unemployment but takes five years for the results to show up. one is that home ownership may deter people from moving in search of work. >>> walmart's online holiday shopping season kicks off early this year starting today. there are 7 deals on items like tvs and tablets that would normally be featured after thanksgiving. and on cyber monday. retailers are facing more pressure this holiday shopping season. it's six days shorter than 2012. and lay's is sweetening its potato chips. the nation's third largest snack maker frito-lay is expected to announce plans today to roll out its wavy potato chips dipped in milk chocolat
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